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# help with IR questions

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28 Dec 2017, 09:13
I was quite puzzled while reviewing the Peterson's Master the GMAT 2015. IR Q7.1, 7.2 in Practical Test 2 (pg. 461). For the questions, is "a full scholarship" = "average financial aid package per student"? and why is that? I thought that average financial aid package would be the average of ( like 1 student gets 100% scholarship and 1 gets 50% scholarship then the average amount would be 75% of a fixed amount, not equal the full scholarship (100%)?)

And moreover, nowhere in the letter + the graph do they mention the class of '02.... and suddenly in the questions there is a class of '02 :/
I think that these could be some pretty stupid and petty questions of me, but I am often taken by surprise and quite daunted by these little "out of nowhere" things. Can anyone please advice on how to cope with the IR section? Is it usually that everybody gets the maximum score for the IR? Because even though I have found a ton of CR and M in Gmatclub, I don't think that many people discuss much about the IR...
Thank you guys so much :D
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11 Aug 2018, 09:33
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Y
Y
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06 Sep 2018, 02:45
I think it is Y , Y , N

In 2010 46 % of 320 contributed, which is less than 165.
Re: help with IR questions   [#permalink] 06 Sep 2018, 02:45
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